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Amy E. Kellogg

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Baker & Hostetler LLP

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Co-leader of BakerHostetler’s national Real Estate Practice team and Real Estate Practice Coordinator for the Cleveland office, Amy Kellogg is a problem-solver, offering clients creative solutions and assistance in efficiently managing their real estate portfolios. Amy partners closely with clients, helping them through a variety of different real estate issues, effectively handling any challenges arising throughout the process. Whether handling a multimillion-dollar transaction or a pro bono representation, she brings the same skill and practical advice to get the deal done.


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Baker & Hostetler LLP advises on acquisitions, development, construction, and the leasing and management of all property types. Key client sectors include healthcare, hospitality, homebuilding, energy, student housing and sports. Cleveland-based Amy Kellogg and M&A specialist Albert Adams continue to advise Big River Steel on the construction and operation of its $1.7bn steel mill manufacturing facility in Osceola, Arkansas. Orlando-based John Melicharek acted for Acron on a $200m joint venture with First Hospitality Group for the ground leasing and development of a Hilton Curio hotel in Chicago. Robert Gebaide, who is also based in Orlando, advised SCG Hotel on its $185m acquisition of the Renaissance Vinoy St Petersburg Resort & Golf Club from affiliates of RLJ Lodging Trust. Atlanta-based Joann Gallagher Jones advised Northside Hospital on the lease of more than 180,000 square feet of office space for its new headquarters in Brookhaven, Georgia, in a deal valued at around $100m. Other clients include Hyatt Corporation, Hard Rock Café, Pulte Home Company and The Milestone Companies. Jacquline Best joined as counsel in Orlando from Broad and Cassel. Sameer Mohan left the firm for Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.

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